August 22, 1921 – November 9, 2019
Matilda Wiles late of Ogema, Saskatchewan passed away peacefully at the age of 98 on November 9, 2019 with her family by her side.
Dear wife of the late Clayton Wiles, she is survived and lovingly remembered by her children, Gloria Conroy (Wayne), Brian Wiles (Pat), Valerie Thompson (Carmen), her cherished 8 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Matilda was predeceased by her nine siblings. Matilda loved the farm, tending her garden, her flowers and working outside. Her flower gardens were a thing of beauty and the produce from her garden supplied her friends and family with vegetables that came from the heart. She was always ready to play cards, put together puzzles and have a coffee with family and friends. Matilda loved the conversation and stories that were shared during those times.
The family would like to thank the community of Ogema and everyone who filled mom’s life with love, laughter and friendship. We would also like to thank the nursing staff on Unit 6F at the Regina General Hospital for the compassionate care and kindness they provided while mom was in their care. It was Matilda’s wish that nobody have to travel during the winter so a celebration of her life will be held in the town of Ogema in the spring, her favorite time of the year.
Donations in memory of Matilda may be made to the Ogema United Church or a charity of the donor's choice.
- Celelebration of Life at a later date
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David & Dot Snelling
November 13, 2019
Our condolence in the passing of your Mother. She was a very special person. Til work with me when I helped with looking after the cold plate for the Museum Day. She would tell me when I phoned her to see if she still wanted to work she would say as long as I can work the morning shift. We had a lot of fun and laughs together and I enjoyed working with her.
Sandy Wilson (Quist)
November 12, 2019
So sorry to hear of your moms passing we had a lot of fun at your farm when we were going to school by Glasnevin